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.SATURDAY, OCTOBE'R 9, .1926 PG EE

THE MICHIGAN , f9LY"

PAGE SEVEN'

Non-Scouting Agreement Between Roper' BIG TEN WhAMS REACHT
And. Tad Jones Leads To Controversies'FNA!- iIG bit~~ur ~t lu
(By Assoiated Press)1
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When Bill Roper of Princeton and 'ers, all of which would do no good( kecela o u .t - (,tr Y nterpe a ai n f r t e Sc n
Tad Jones, head coach of the Yale rind a great deal of harm.- l~e maini- week's gamnes of the 1926« football sea-'
football team, recently signed anI talus that the present, system is fair son reaclied its final strenuous stages
agreement that there would he no for all, and cannot see any reason for wihaothl rtetascn
more "scouting" between the two! a change. cetaigo!ltns hl h te
teams, they little thought that theE There are 10 prominent coaches that hafwokd.natak
mov woldraie a bg a controversy ;favor the rule in the East, two that Defenisive football received a major!
as. it has throughout the country. l oppose it, andl four that are undecided. share of attention at Minnesota, in
Tihere is nothing peculiar about the, Hawley of Dartmouth, and :Reggie 'anticip)ation of Notre Dame's offense1
history of scouting. For the past 20 Brown of Boston University, aretoandtPuuewhrteBil
years It has tak~en a prominent place! standing with their backs to the pref.- today, ansoughatoPuruwhr the Boi-
In >coaching system in every part of ent wall.
th onrai t areso u- Colyo ouba agno bash game gaps through which the
the ounrya~d itsfaines orun- rowey f Clumba, Garan f fnavy plowed to victory in the opener.
fairness was given no thought until Fordham, White of Amherst, O 'Don- Flaving found their offense working
the recent move of two of the Big: nell of Holy Cross, McLaughry of well against lDepauw, Indiana's reg-
Th'tee mentors. Brown, Young of Pennsylvania, Bez- uMars completed a week's schooling on
r he majority of football coaches , dek of Penn State, McCarthy of Man- :the plays Kentucky is supposed to use
questioned thus far are in favor of iaatten, McCracken of Lafayette, andI Saturday. At Ohio State Wilce di-'
banning the scouts. Some add a } nprofLhg nss htscuig1ided his time on both offense and de-
qualifying clause to the effect that{ be abolished.. Tense for the Ohio Wesleyan contest, t
they would like to see how well the . Horween and Bingham of Harvard, as a result of a growing hospital list. I
plan would work in practice, while I Reid of Colgate, and Reynolds of Attack plays were given overtime
still others are opposed to any change Syracuse are the four men who have tninatCcgowhhwllme
whatsoever. tt ae ptermid.Fwo Maryland. Northwestern, taking a(
Harvard, the so far neutral mem-C the western coaches have Conmented cmaaieyes o nCreo
ber of the Big Three, feels that it can as yet. college, also sought to add power to
mnake no changes this year. Arnold i fits offensive play. Iowa's varsity;
Horween7 head coach, says he must MNUR~ RQT wound up a week's work chiefly oil;
have time to think it over. offense on the eve of its conflict with
Jess Hawley, whose Big Green team ( Northi Dakota, while ate Illinois, Zup-
of Dartmouth was ranked by some ThsewshnIt ryot+o pke divided final. preparations for
crtc(steladn emo h intramural managers please -re- lButler ciisa h edn emo h with sonic heavy advanced
country last year is strongly opposed report at the intramural office work in anticipation of entertaining
to 'the rule. Hie feels that if such a I in Waterman gymnasium any day Iowa at home comning a week hence.
ruling were passe~it would sooii send this week between 3 and 6 o' -___________________
to'i the coaches a flock of letters and ( clock. ;
information from the alumni and oth- ['Read the XW ant Ads

the \d 1';ler Dlial 212at4, and yotur want Ad
w~ill b e charged.
]'h M \ichigan DI aily reserves the righ tto
c( l :ify all wants ads under appropriate heaq[
1igs andi to revise or withhold objectionable
(copy.
This column closes at 3 1'.NI. date preced-
i n~ pubhlication. Notice of any error dust be
gveni in time for the second insertion. J
CASH RATES
Ten cents per reading line (on the basis of
five average words to the line) f(,r one or two
insertionis.
1Nine cents per reading line for three or more
insertions.
lCasli classifieds received at the Daily_ offisce.
in The P'ress Building on 'Maynard Street.
i CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given on applica-
tionl.1
FOUND-Automatic Pencils which we
sell at a low figure, $.50 to $1.50 that
work as well and last as long as the
4best. Rider's Pen Shop. tf
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Strictly modern six room~
house, furnished, fire place and ;;stry
age. 1116 White St. 11-121'3
FOR RENT-Large single room in
nice house; conveniently located'.
iquiet assured. Mrs. Eaton, 421
Thompson. 10-11-12
FOR RENT-Very nice double room
for men; private ,ifamily; garage;
one block from Ferry. Field. 801
Granger. Phone 21125. 10-11-12
FOR RE~NT-Large double room. Hot
water heat; one block from. Engin-
eering Bldg. 615 Church.
10-11 -12

NyOTICE-First class repair work onI.
.all musical instruments at Schaeb-
erle Son, 11 8. ain t. t
er~e& Sos, 10 5OMN 1St. tf"
FOR SALE
"'OR1 SALE-Ford roadster, 1926 mod-l
el, Four months' old ; in excellent
veondition. Call Dr. Andrews, lini-
versity' Hospital. 10-11-121
FOIR. SALE-A. Nash Co. Suit, Over-} I
cot or topcoat, made to measure,
$23.00. tGualanteed fit. Phontb 21073:!
"~1t1-11-1"2
FOR SALE-Ford for $05"00, model
'24, 'in fine condition; ready to run.
Dial 6592. 1115 Forest "A' .' Robert-
F RSL4 n stelf l fyour Fountain Pen. You wil alwvays
get the ,right- kind at Rider's Pen
Sbop). We sell noo in1k subsatitutes or
kinds which; clog your pon and make
it useles.'Your pen t4nd ink spe-"
cialist.'knows. tf I-
FOR SAL ~Latest model' Remington:.
Portable"Typewriters. All maehinss
guaranteed. For free demonstra-
+ti on phone Dial 3489. 5e.o.d.tfj
LO Sir

10-11-12 1 $5.00 ;pen, any style of pointL anti iii
tI three colors Iard Ruibber lloldera
LOST-A pearl stadded U. of M. pin, Rider's Pen Shop. t

Sunday night. Finder Dial 4624.
9-10-11

NOTICE

PbR RENT--1'o large rooms fors LOST-Finder of black brief case on; WANTED-Room near campus to
ft'rtr stu aiits. 227 S. Ingalls St. Tuesday forenoon by Alumnae practice music one hour a day. No
"Phone 379-2. 10-11-12 j building please return to Michigant piano required. Write BoX 115. tf
Union check room. 10-11
FOR RENT-Front suite and side WANTED-13y A-i colored chef autl
suite with fireplace. Will rent to LOSTl-Old fashionied heavy i~old ; wife, fraternity or club, strictly tern-
'students or others. i1308 Geddes.; bracelet. R~lward if returned to 83 peranee. C. F. Embry, 121 least Anti
9-10-111 Tappan. Phone 7717. 11-12-13 St. Phoine 4548. 8-9-10-11-12-13
FOR RENT -A fine double room for 2 LOST-Waterman Ideal fountain pen, ANT2I-Studetits to know that we
men for $6.00 a week at 1002 Corn- sterling silver case. Has initials h lave a $ 5.00 pen whichI is utw~clualled
well Place. 9-10-11! M. S. S. Reward. Dial G979. at the price. Call for WVahls, itow

LOST-An orange suede jacket on E'XIPERIJ4IN(IED piano) and pipe organi
Glen Drive, near the Hospital, Mon- teacher. Emma Fisher. Croasq, for-
day afternoon. Reward. 0. McCall. meir faculty member School of M-
95'17. $9-10-11 sic and pupil of Leschetizky of
_______________________________ -Vienna. Studio, Apt. 8;° 610 E.{ Lill-
LOST-All desire to promote highly erty. Phone 3566. lleodltf
!coloredi pents, necessarily made of

celluloid, at a great sacrifice of sta-
bility to attract the eye and assist
the advertising. Our pens arc made,
almost Without exception of P~URE
VE GET-ABLE GUM RUBB1ER, the I
most stable material ever found for
fountain pens. Rider's Pen Shop.
tfI
NOTICE-New Victor Recprds, Ortho-
phonic recording. E~very week at:
Schac-berle & Sons, 110 S. Main St.
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VOICE CULTURE-Pansy Johnson,
contralto; graduate University
;School of Music, pupil of Horatio
Connell, Philadelphia. Dial 4685.
904 S. State. 1 1 to 16 inc-I
CHINESE RUGS
SPECIAL DISPLAY AND SALE OF
RUGS AND THINGS CHINESE.
Corner Liberty and Fourth Ave.
Mrs. 11. B. Merrick.
11-12-13
NOTICE--_Pianios and Victrolas for
rent, terms right. Schaeberle & Soni
Music House, 110 S. Main St. tf
SING ING LESSONS given by experi-
enced singer. Call Mr. Susumnago at
dial 7103.7-8-9-10-11-12

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WA NTED

lCofftee Mousse
}Maple Nut I
Vanilla,
A delicious three-layer delicacy for the
week-end entertaining.
Specialty of all fancy ices and ice cream 'I
x by arrangement.
Dial 4101,
ANN ARBOR DAIRYI
'"tIII~~tfh U HIIIIIIII tof Ptrre111Milk11"111
t1I11H1 t~flfi1 11i~ !#111 F~ftlllllN 1 I1tW'=tlt^iIIiIl4II 1 ltl liItlfl hi °# I

Poultry
Meats
of the
} ...Finest
, , . " , Quality
at Fair Prices

WANTED-Tuxedo with svest, size 37
or 38; must be in good condition
and price right. Phione 7505 or call
at 215 S. Thayer. 11
WANTED-Would like to work in fra-
ternity or sorority house every day
Ifor four or five hours. Specialty is
cleaning. DMal 6374. 11-12-13

LOST-Book was left on seAt No. 63,:
~ room 348, Wednesday, -October 6,"11 i
-A. 14. Please return to owner. Call
5671, 6-7 P. M. A. lPetroff. 11

NOTICE
WILD THE TAILOR HAS
OVERCOATS AND) SUITS TO FIT
YOU-ALL STYLES AND FABRICS
$22.50 UP
FLANNEL ;TROUSERS, $5.00 UP
Altering and Repairing. Come in to
see us now.
109 E. Washington. Phone 50610
WILD, THE 'TAILOR
10-11-12

LOST-Large leather note book left. in+' WANTED-Hand ironers, pressure
'room 402, Masron Hall, yesterdayI and mangle workers. Steady work
noon (Oct. 7). Name of owner on and good pay. U. of M. Laundry.
notes in notebook. Finder 'pess at ahntn
dial 8632. Reward. 11-12-13 EstWshnto.10-1112-13-14-15

Dancing Every Sat. Nite
STARTING OCT. 9-AT THE
ARMORY

Our meats are all of the choicest cuts
guarantee to supply you the best in this
justifiable price.

and we
litre at a

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LAST-A place where respectable dancing can be. enjoyed on the
as° well as Couple plan-Where the Music will be of the Best-
And where Pep Predominates.

A. R. GFELL

223 North Main St.

Phones 3 100-3 101

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'5 CHURCHt
'state and Wg -go Streets.
1wj30-Morning w4grsh1p. "RelIloft -
and Ytirne." Dr. Stalker.,
12:00--Student Bible Classes at-
Wesley HiU.
&, 00-Wesleya'A Guild meeting.
Miss Ruth Deem-er will lead. -
Subject: "Thbis Dhay We Siled_
West:, Sociadl hour following.,
7:30-Evening service. "Self-Mas.
tory." Rev. Binghamn. Pulpit
editorial by Prof. 3.J. 4Bram.tn.
UNITARIAN CtUR('Ht
State a~lUnroit
Sinecy S. Roblasi P.4) MVister
October W0,I .%
10:45k A. 1X..
Morning Service;

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PRESIWERMAN CHURCH II FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I

C er~nes Nuron ad liision Sts.
Merle; R. An s n,Milnister
Le- IS C. ienmn
Stet Secretaries
9: 3- = r l schocl. special class
far Stareita
10: 45--Moraing,wojihip. "The For.
getten Writepot"
12:0 :OPpeu Fra frui !FStu-dets,
l'ed by Praf. V. N. Menefee orn:
"my hapressionso Europe."
5: 3-Sociallour and Supper.
~~~:~ a-~--o Weles S cety.

R. Edward Sayles, Minister
A iwwd . Chapman, Minister of
Students
10:45--Mr. Sayles, speaks on:
"The- TpI~fedChristr"
12:00-Student classes in Guild;
House, conducted by Dr. Wat-
erman and Mr. Chapman.
-5:30-Friendship Hour for stu-
dents and young people. Guild
House.
6:30-Devotional' meeting in
charge of the president, Earl
Ruetz: t'opic "Courage."l
Guild House.

CONGREGATI ONAL
CHURCH
Herbert A. Jump, Minister,
Helen Rmay, Student Direetor
10:45-Sermon by Mr. Jump, "IWhen
Paul Fell Down."'
4: 00-Vesper Movie service.
5: 30-Student cafeteria supper.
6:3r-F'ellowship discu shin i n
small grobups. Topic, "MOdern.
Vie' of BIbleGO-
8:00-Motion picture service, '"The
Tallor Made Mn."
Every Thu'rsday, 7:00-7:45,- Mr.
Jump's "Friendly Hour" td discus.
religion. Pilgrim Hall.

Quality and' Price

Our Clothing

is of Highest

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FST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
U#S South Division SL.

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r 0:4~ A.' M.-iRegular morning ser-
yiev, subject: ."Are Sin, Dis5.
r ew and Death& teal 1
11:45. A. U.-Surnday school follow-
inn the, morning Aservice.

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BETHLEHEM N LC C UC
(tEvangeical Sy nod of N. A..)
Fourth Ave. gear Packard St.
G. A. Neumann, Miniser
9:00 A. M.-Bible classes.

Thie

Attemtpt to P1iosokb~e
5:45 P. M.~
Candlelight SuPer

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ST. ADREW'S
EPISCOPAL CJURCII
Division and Catherine Streets
NINETEENTH SUNDAY
AFTR tTRINITY
Henry Lewi's, 'Rector
Tkom as La Horris, Assistat
8:00 A. M.--Holy Communfon :l
10: 00 A. M.-Student Discussion
Classes (H-arris - Hall),.
11:00 A. .-Morning 'prayer atd;
sermon by the Rev. Thomas
L. Harris=.
9:00 P. M.--Student supper (Iar-
ris Hall).
5:00-4:00 P. M.--Open Houise'for,
students, every Wednesday aft-,
ernoon in Barris IHall.

tation suggests.

I ? : 4&'ednesday evening
monial meeting.

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Quality, and although our cloth-
ing costs more than the ordinary
clothing sold, our prices are not
excessive-such as a high repu-

tesdi-

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a 6:30
Professor Norman L. Willey
- "he Truth .Abut esicno"

The- heading room, 1-0 and 11
-Sete Savings Dank building, is{
open .daily from 12to 5 eielock,
ex~cep-t Sundays and legal holidays.

10:00 A. M. -Morning worship.
Sermon by the pastor: "From
Blindnfess to Sight"l
11:00 A. M.-German service.

Suits from Fifty Dollars
Tailored by Scheyer kk.Ma
Guy Woolfolk & Co.

336 South State

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$ .. .w.s ..+s

UQN LUTHERAN COURCS
W~asington SL rad iFmfk Arse.Ictoi Suens
hnef

1%6Ax Z"F V A

F . C. Stellhorn, Pastor
9:00-Bible study hour.
1:30 A. At-An address by Dir. W.
H. Lehman, district president,

CHURCH OFCHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner 11111 and Tappan
Kenneth B. Bowen, Minister
10: 30-Morning worship. "Dives,"
by the pastor. Chorus and
male quartet.
11:45-P ilte school. Students' class

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Hurou Streets
C. A. IIRAIJE1 IfInister.'

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9:00 A. M-German -_I

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William and Thompson

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